Discover the Wildlife Park

​On foot or by Safari-bus

On foot or in a Safari-bus, explore this gorgeous Park which is 250 hectares in size and lies in the heart of the Famenne-Ardenne UNESCO Global Geopark. Surrounded by unspoilt nature, feast your eyes on countless species of animals native to our continent (including the European Big 5) and stunning panoramas.

250 hectares of unspoilt nature
 250 hectares of unspoilt nature

A haven for our European fauna

Our Park is home to over 650 animals native to our continent living in their natural environment!

Venture into a haven of peace and quiet, with lush landscapes… And discover the only Park in Belgium where you can admire the European Big 5: the bison, the wolf, the brown bear, the lynx and the wolverine.

Animal conservation, reintroduction and raising awareness…

Ever since our Wildlife Park was opened in 1970, we have strived to strike a balance between life as a tourist attraction and our desire to preserve our natural heritage. Every day we aim to act in an environmentally aware manner and implement eco-friendly policies whenever possible. Our Park is home to a number of threatened species, enabling us to participate in many conservation and reintroduction projects. 

Soon more information on our preservation projects!

Red deer rut in the Wildlife Park!

Come and admire one of Mother Nature’s finest wildlife spectacles and discover the beautiful landscapes of the late summer, from September 18 to October 18!

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The Han 1900 museum: travel back to the 1900’s

Visit this exhibition (located on the village’s main street), and travel back to the early 20th century to relive everyday life in the 1900’s. 

Free visit with your Wildlife Park or PassHan ticket!

Buy online!

To visit the Wildlife Park, you can take your pick between three ticket options: a ticket for a visit to the Wildlife Park, the PassHan combined ticket (Wildlife Park + Cave) or the Gold Pass annual ticket.

The Chasm of Belvaux, symbol of Belgium’s very first UNESCO Geopark

At the heart of your exploration, discover the awe-inspiring Chasm of Belvaux, the swallow hole where the Lesse disappears into the limestone soil of the Boine Massif… a karst phenomenon that led to the formation of the Cave of Han.     

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